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Upscale self-storage coming to Chattanooga's Broad Street

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This rendering depicts a planned $4 million self-storage facility on Broad Street by Atlanta development firm NitNeil Partners. The building is scheduled to open in Spring 2014. This rendering depicts a planned $4 million self-storage facility on Broad Street by Atlanta development firm NitNeil Partners. The building is scheduled to open in Spring 2014.
CHATTANOOGA, TN (Times Free Press) -

An Atlanta developer is building a $4 million self-storage facility on Broad Street in Chattanooga's Southside.

NitNeil Partners, a regional investment firm that owns 14 self-storage facilities and 155 multifamily units, is breaking into the Tennessee market with the project at 1380 Broad Street.

The three-story building will include about 600 units -- that's more than 57,500 square feet of climate-controlled storage space -- as well as a leasing office. Construction is slated to finish in spring 2014.

The project doesn't look like a typical storage facility, said NitNeil principal Nitesh Sapra, and that's intentional.

Read more from our news partner the Times Free Press.

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